Presentation and literature on ethics of psychiatric genetics

Relevant literature on bioethics, medical ethics and ethics of psychiatric genetics

  • Abacan M. et al. (2019), The Global State of the Genetic Counseling Profession, “European Journal of Human Genetics”, 27.
  • Arribas-Ayllon M., Bartlett A., Lewis J. (2019), Psychiatric genetics: from hereditary madness to big biology, London.
  • Arribas-Ayllon M. (2015), Genetic Counseling in Psychiatry, in: The Oxford Handbook of Psychiatric Ethics, Oxford.
  • Arribas-Ayllon M., Sarangi S. (2014), Counselling uncertainty: genetics professionals’ accounts of (non)directiveness and trust/distrust, “Health, Risk & Society”, 16:2.
  • Arribas-Ayllon M., Sarangi S., Clarke A. (2009), Professional ambivalence: accounts of ethical practice in childhood genetic testing, “Journal of Genetic Counseling”, 18:2.
  • Austin J.C., Honer W.G. (2004), The potential impact of genetic counseling for mental illness, “Clinical Genetics”, 67:2.
  • Austin J.C., Honer W.G. (2008), Psychiatric genetic counselling for parents of individuals affected with psychotic disorders: a pilot study, “Early Intervention in Psychiatry”, 2.
  • Baum E., Domaradzki J. (2018), Geneticization and Bioethics: Ethical Dilemmas in Genetic Counseling, in: Soniewicka M. (ed.) (2018), The Ethics of Reproductive Genetics: Between Utility, Principles, and Virtues, Springer.
  • Berliner J.L. (ed.) (2015), Ethical Dilemmas in Genetics and Genetic Counseling: Principles through Case Scenarios, Oxford.
  • Bortolotti L., Widdows H. (2011), The right not to know: the case of psychiatric disorders, “Journal of Medical Ethics”.
  • Braff D.L., Freedman R. (2008), Clinically responsible genetic testing in neuropsychiatric patients: a bridge too far too soon, “American Journal of Psychiatry”, 165:8.
  • Buechner B. (2014), German Ethics Council on genetic diagnostics: trend setting?, “European Journal of Human Genetics”, 22.
  • Burmeister M., McInnis M.G., Zöllner S. (2008), Psychiatric genetics: progress amid controversy, “Nature Reviews Genetics”, 9.
  • de Pina-Neto J.M. (2008), Genetic counseling, “Jornal de Pediatria”, 84:4.
  • Dinwiddie S.H., Hoop J., Gershon E. (2012), Ethical issues in behavioral genetics, in: Nurnberger J.I., Berrettini W.H. (eds.), Principles of Psychiatric Genetics, Cambridge.
  • Fanning J.B. (2016), Normative and Pragmatic Dimensions of Genetic Counseling: Negotiating Genetics and Ethics, Springer.
  • Finn C.T., Smoller J.W. (2006), Genetic counseling in psychiatry, “Harvard Review of Psychiatry”, 14.
  • Finn C.T., Wilcox M.A., Korf B.R. et al. (2005), Psychiatric genetics: a survey of psychiatrists’ knowledge, opinions and practice patterns, “Journal of Clinical Psychiatry”, 66.
  • Gershon E.S., Alliey-Rodriguez N. (2013), New Ethical Issues for Genetic Counseling in Common Mental Disorders, “American Journal of Psychiatry”, 170:9.
  • Hill M.K., Sahhar M. (2006), Genetic counselling for psychiatric disorders, “The Medical Journal of Australia”, 185:9.
  • Hoge S.K., Appelbaum P.S. (2012), Ethics and neuropsychiatric genetics: a review of major issues, “International Journal of Neuropsychopharmacology”, 15.
  • Hoop J.G. (2008), Ethical Considerations in Psychiatric Genetics, “Harvard Review of Psychiatry”, 16:6.
  • Kong C., Dunn M., Parker M. (2017), Psychiatric Genomics and Mental Health Treatment: Setting the Ethical Agenda, “The American Journal of Bioethics”, 17:4.
  • McCarthy Veach P., LeRoy B.S., Callanan N.P. (2018), Facilitating the Genetic Counseling Process: Practice-Based Skills, 2nd Edition, Springer.
  • Propping P. (2010), Genetics – Ethical Implications of Research, Diagnostics and Counseling, in: Helmchen H., Sartorius N. (eds.), Ethics in Psychiatry: European Contributions, Springer.
  • Ryan J., Alice V., Austin J.C. (2015), Ethical issues associated with genetic counseling in the context of adolescent psychiatry, “Applied & Translational Genomics”, 5.
  • Schulze T.G., Fangerau H., Propping P. (2004), From degeneration to genetic susceptibility, from eugenics to genethics, from Bezugsziffer to LOD score: the history of psychiatric genetics, “International Review of Psychiatry”, 16:4.
  • Sorensen J.R. (2011), Genetic counseling: values that have mattered, in: D.M. Bartels, B.S. LeRoy (eds.), Genetic Counseling: Ethical Challenges and Consequences, New Jersey.

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